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WXC-50, pair of G threes and Klipsch R-120SW together

hamppi90, modified 11 Months ago.

WXC-50, pair of G threes and Klipsch R-120SW together

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 12/9/21 Recent Posts

How would you get the most out of two G threes speakers and a Klipsch R-12SW subwoofer? If I understood correctly, the crossover settings are quite limited in the Yamaha WXC-50. What do I still need (or need to change), to pass the high frequencies for the G threes and the low frequencies for the sub? In addition, a sub equalizer such as Antimode Cinema or similar is probably needed?

Thank you!

-Mikko